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Dave Arch
Magic Tricks For The Visually Impaired Part 1 by Dave Arch

Ever wished you could gain some media coverage for your magic shows while making a substantial contribution to others' lives? Consider teaching magic tricks to the blind. No doubt there's an organization in your area that already serves as a hub for services to the visually impaired. The very concept of blind people and magic catches most people (and the media) off-guard. Yet it's very workable as Dave Arch's experience shows. When you consider the tricks you already know, there are three categories of tricks that work for the visually impaired. There are tricks that the blind can perform for...

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Loring Campbell
Magic That Is Magic by Loring Campbell

From the Author's Note:

I do not claim everything in the pages following to be original, but I do say that every trick and routine in this book has been used and tried by me and that everything here is audience tested and will go over with an audience. Perhaps the thousands of Magicians all over North America who have seen my shows in the past 22 years will recall having seen me perform many of these effects.

This is not a book of card tricks or close-up pocket effects, but a collection of tricks and routines for the performing Magician who gives shows and entertains audiences. I believe...

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Gregg Webb
The Magic Jones by Gregg Webb

The format follows Gregg's established style of illustrations and hand-lettered text. The material is classic Gregg Webb.

"I found the latest E-books from Gregg Webb, S.O.H.O., The Shade, and Lizard Wizard's Diary, to be refreshingly different. The books are "hand-written" in journal style and contain simple but clear illustrations. Not only are they a fun read, but also contain top notch practical magic." - John Luka
  • 4 Word
  • 1 Ping Chien
  • One-way Pip
  • Wee-Jah
  • Coin Productions
  • The "Real Work" on Vanishing a Card or Block of Cards
  • Torn and Restored Cards Revisited
  • Another Torn and Restored Card
  • A Platform Coin Trick ...
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Milbourne Christopher
More Tips On Tricks by Milbourne Christopher

Pro magician and author Milbourne Christopher reveals even more favorite tips, ideas, gags, patter and effects from his own shows. Get extra mileage from the magic effects you already own.

This ebook picks up from where his earlier book, Tips on Tricks, leaves off - with no duplication of material. Just practical, tested material for any performer. At this low price, we think it's one of the finest values in magic today.

"One of the most practical brochures on magic I've ever seen. 'More Tips on Tricks' is crammed with material which has obviously been performance tested." - Wm. W. Larsen, Sr.

"A fine volume full...

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Norman Hoole & J. J. Shepherd
Original Magical Novelties by Norman Hoole & J. J. Shepherd

A Selection of novel magical problems from the repertoires of Norman Hoole and J. J. Shepherd: "All the items have been presented in public with success, which fact speaks more than pages of self-recommendation."

  • Rainbow Ribbons
  • A Useful Suggestion
  • The Flight
  • A Novel Production
  • Mirrors Of Mystery
  • Merely Illusive
  • A Visible Transit
  • Cameos In Cambric
  • A Financial Catastrophe
  • The Fourth Assistant
  • The Pass Superseded
  • Silk And Sorcery
  • A Little Surprise
  • Paper-Gate Castle
  • The "N. H." Wine & Water Problem

1st edition 1921, 24 pages; PDF 22 pages.

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Bernard Carton
Conjuring for Connoisseurs by Bernard Carton
  • Foreword
  • Useful Tables
  • Two Flag Tricks
  • The Vice Versa Candles
  • A Soaples Case
  • Bouquet Production
  • A Useful Accessory for the Okito Tumbler
  • The Magic of Millinery
  • A Box for Vanishing, Exchanging, or Producing
  • Novel Wand Production
  • A Rag Picture Combination
  • A Card Banner
  • Palming a Coin
  • The Magic Drinks
  • Cigar and Candle
  • The Hole in the Stocking
  • Fire Flashes

1st edition 1921, 32 pages; PDF 22 pages.

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Samuel Berland & T. A. Whitney
New Applause Winning Tricks by Samuel Berland & T. A. Whitney

Here are more beautifully routined professional effects to add to your act, from the minds of Berland and Whitney. The experts agree that the effects in this book are applause-getters. We concur, as well. Not just one or two, but seven separate routines that you'll want to put to use right away. The crystal-clear illustrations by Herb Borin and Mickey O'Malley make it easy to follow every move.

Just look at what's included:

Super Card Impalement - A card stab effect using two knives that reveal the selected cards from a pair of spectators.

Triple Magical Surprise - Three lit cigarettes...

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Brian T. Lees
The Magic Trunk by Brian T. Lees

A method of transport and performance for pack small/play big with one trip to and from the car. Customize the interior of the trunk for your specific magic and use it while you perform.

1st edition 2019, 4 pages.

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Eddie Joseph
A Magician Goes To Dinner by Eddie Joseph

From the introduction:

The tricks described here are for "extempore" showing. They have been specially developed for entertaining fellow diners, within watching distance, around a banquet or dinner table.

To perform "extempore" is not the same as giving a show on the stage. In one's regular program everything is premeditated. Performing to a group around the table is different. To begin with, the tricks must be of the type that could be worked without much ado. They must be short and spontaneous. They must be worked in an "off-hand" manner. Finally, not only in character but in appearance...

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Wilbur Kattner
You're On! by Wilbur Kattner

Here are not one, but two, fully routined magic acts that are commercial and different. They work equally well for the one- or two-person show. Each of the routines is a complete unit, with effects that lead up to a definite climax. Patter, music cues, stage movements and rehearsal suggestions are included. You also get standalone effects, new wrinkles for established effects, and additional patter and bits of business to add to your show.

PARTIAL CONTENTS:

THE RESTLESS COLORS (Orville Meyer) is a routine on par with "Out Of This World." It is guaranteed to leave magicians and laymen in a daze. It...

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Karrell Fox
My Latest Book by Karrell Fox

From the Foreword by Bill Wells:

In 1945 (at the age of 17), Karrell became one of the first magicians to ever appear at a trade show. This first effort led to what is perhaps the most successful trade show/magic association in the history of magic with Karrell being the first magician to appear at a national automobile show. There followed 22 years of appearances on these shows.

This early association also led to Karrell being the first magician to appear in shopping malls and the production of the highly successful "Magic World of Ford." The three million dollar production, with six...

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Paul A. Lelekis
Even More Of My Favorites by Paul A. Lelekis

Learn Paul's new Muscle Pass in 10 seconds.

Two of Paul Lelekis' best-selling e-books, My Favorites and My Favorites II, prompted yet another book of superb effects: Even More Of My Favorites

Many pictures and two videos teaching The New Muscle Pass. Mentalism, card magic, a brilliant assembly, ESP, Torn & Restored (two different tricks!), a coin technique, and lots of comedy. All patter is included. Plus two bonuses:

1) The new Muscle Pass. You're gonna love this. Learn the secret to this New Muscle Pass in just 10 seconds - not 10 months...that's what I said...learn it in 10 seconds. And the coin will "fall...

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Ken Allen
Tips by Ken Allen

On a budget? Can't find audience-friendly magic at the magic shop? Then build your own with this great collection of 52 magic tips, ideas, patter and suggestions (or in other words, T.I.P.S.)

Even if you're all thumbs, the author's clear descriptions and illustrations makes it easy to craft amazing effects, props and utility items. He also reveals the source of an incredible building material, as well as finishing tips.

Magic reviewers, dealers and magicians everywhere all agree that TIPS contains the largest collection of new, easy to make practical magic than books five times the price....

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J. G. Thompson Jr.
The Miracle Makers by J. G. Thompson Jr.

From the back cover by Karl Fulves:

The Thompson name having been associated with quality magic for the past fifty years, the reader of this new book will need no recommendation as to the value of the material. It contains all of the Thompson trademarks; new ideas, subtle approaches, smoothly routined magic, impeccably researched articles, inscrutable titles, excellent patter and presentation suggestions. All of this is well known and indeed synonymous with the Thompson name. There is another facet to the material in this book which may not be readily apparent however, and it is this which I'd like...

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Tom Sellers
Immediate Magic by Tom Sellers

Magic with a variety of objects including silks, thimbles, rope, candles, match boxes, and others.

  • A Handkerchief Vanish
  • Knot Monte
  • A Pencil Penetration
  • A Billiard Ball Penetration
  • A "Catch" Handkerchief Effect
  • A Slate Idea
  • One Hand Thimble Production
  • Mystic Candle Lighting
  • Match Box And Pencil
  • Match Divination
  • The Selected Band Jumps
  • Ring And Rope Ideas No. 1
  • Ring And Rope Ideas No. 2
  • Ring And Rope Ideas No. 3
  • Rod And Strings
  • Magic Magnification
  • Cut And Restored Ribbon
  • Cigarette Monte
  • New Rising Match
  • The Name Speller
  • Hypnotic Tape
  • Conjuring Booklets By Tom Sellers ...
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Will Goldston
The Young Conjurer Part 2 by Will Goldston

It is a bit odd to teach productions of lighted cigarettes in a book for young conjurers, but perhaps those were the days when smoking was considered good for you.

From the introduction:

That brings me to another point. Don't be afraid of a mistake, and don't allow yourself to be discouraged by one. The best men make mistakes sometimes. Still, it is as well to guard against mistakes by rehearsals. Take one trick at a time and go over it many times until you know it thoroughly. Then - and not till then - go on to another trick. In this way you will soon build up quite a little store of...

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Will Goldston
The Young Conjurer Part 1 by Will Goldston

From the introduction:

Before the young conjurer sets out to try and entertain his friends he should first devote a little time every day to practice. I always believe in a little practice every day. Every trick that one is going to present should be rehearsed over and over again until one is practically tired of it. When the conjurer knows a trick in that way he finds, when he is presenting it to an audience, that he is by no means tired of it, because the trick goes so well that he is bound to like it and it probably becomes one of his favourite tricks.

  • How to give a Conjuring Entertainment ...
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William W. Larsen
The Gyp Artist by William W. Larsen

Here's an entertaining, 25- to 60-minute lecture that you, the magician or mentalist, can present on the topic of scams and cons. And it's a money-maker.

Become an Expert on Cons and Swindles...
Or just talk like one. This is a new field for most magicians and mentalists, allowing you to give your lecture to civic groups, security seminars, government agencies, corporations -- anywhere people gather. And these organizations have deep pockets, too, able to pay you well for your time.

Fabled Bunco Games of History...
Now become practical, effective tricks in the magician's hands, each...

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Will Goldston
Will Goldston's Easy Road to Magic: in seven lessons by Will Goldston

From the introduction:

The ideal way of learning magic is, it almost goes without saying, to obtain lessons from a magician who is not only a skilful performer but who has also the gift of teaching. The number of such magicians is small. Skilful performers there are in plenty; but the gift of teaching is a rare one. Many a man knows his subject thoroughly, yet cannot impart his knowledge to others.

This ideal way is therefore a difficult one. The learner has first to find an efficient instructor. He may be able to do so if he lives in or near one of the great cities. But if not he will...

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Will Goldston
Easy Magic With Patter 2 by Will Goldston
  • Facing An Audience
  • The Organ Pipes Trick
  • The Bowl And Paper Cone
  • The Austin Temple Frame And Handkerchief
  • The Ruler And The Handkerchief
  • The Penny In The Handkerchief
  • The Mysterious Clock Dial
  • The Pyramid Flag Production
  • The Dyed Handkerchiefs
  • The Broken Plate
  • The Thought-Reading Penny
  • The Best Torn And Restored Paper Trick
  • The Simplest Rising Card Trick
  • The Magic Rose Bushes
  • The Thimble And The Handkerchief
  • New Sun And Moon Trick
  • The Missing Card
  • First You See It
  • Teaching A Trick
  • The Changing Pack Of Cards
  • The Three Predictions
  • The Aladdin Production Box
  • Bertram's Trick...
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Will Goldston
Easy Magic With Patter 1 by Will Goldston
  • Always a Conjurer
  • The Tell-Tale Card
  • The Cards And Boards Illusion
  • The Magic Blow
  • The Aladdin Three Card Trick
  • The New Changing Card
  • The "Newest" Second-Sight Card Case
  • The "Sybil" Rising Cards
  • A Bad Memory
  • The "Spelling Bee" In Various Forms
  • The New Spelling Bee
  • The Two Travellers
  • The Halter Trick
  • The Secret Escape
  • The Magic Curl
  • The Drawing Pin Stunt
  • The Hypnotic Sixpence
  • Odds And Ends
  • A Little Catch
  • Balancing A Penny On The Fingers
  • The Disappearing Bottle
  • The Performing Coin
  • The Mesmerised Pencil
  • The Three Thimbles And The Pea
  • The Floating Needle
  • The Torn Strip...
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John Northern Hilliard
Leaves From My Notebook by John Northern Hilliard

This is a compilation of Hilliard's contributions to Floyd Thayer's magazine The Magical Bulletin.

A few sporadic contributions to magical journals here and abroad followed The Art of Magic. The most important of these stray papers was the first account, in The Sphinx, of a thought-reading card trick of my own invention that has since enjoyed considerable popularity. I refer to the experiment commonly known as "The Telephone Trick." No one was more surprised than myself at the immediate and widespread popularity of this trick. That its success was not ephemeral, I judge from the fact that Mr. Thayer still keeps it in stock, and that many writers,...

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Will Goldston
More Tricks and Puzzles by Will Goldston

From the introduction:

I will introduce this book by a little story told to me by a certain well-known conjurer. It concerns an experience of his while on tour in the north. By some mischance his luggage, including all the elaborate apparatus used by him in his tricks and illusions, went astray on the railway. He telegraphed for it up and down the line, but without result. For the time being it was hopelessly lost. What was to be done? The position was as awkward as it well could be. The bills announcing his performance had been out several days. Most of the reserved seats had already been...

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Lu Brent
Novel Magic by Lu Brent

This famous book is once again available in a new, revision edition.

Professional magicians and reviewers have given this book an amazing reception. The reason is plain to see, for here is a collection of the very smartest magic, devised and used in his own act by Lu Brent, the topnotch Philadelphia professional. Those who know have called the book sensational, others, novel and original, while all highly endorse the practical value and the effectiveness of the magic that is so thoroughly explained and illustrated. There is something of value for every performer, as the table of contents...

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